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Old 05-11-2015, 01:32 PM   #1
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Stand off bracket design

Long shot but does anyone have any drawings/designs to manufacture stand of brackets?
Ive searched around and can see some really nice bits of kit esp the ones Tony Davies had made (but he doesnt use the forum anymore).
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I've got a few designed from back in my 3C racing days before lifters were generally used.

Aluminium construction using a mix of 10mm and 6mm plates from what I remember. Worked well and structurally no problems.

Will see if I can find them......
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I've got a few designed from back in my 3C racing days before lifters were generally used.

Aluminium construction using a mix of 10mm and 6mm plates from what I remember. Worked well and structurally no problems.

Will see if I can find them......
Thanks Adam, that would be great if you could. I keep all the ali in stock as we use loads on the waterjets but I dont really know where to start in terms of the design.

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These ones Dan..
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These ones Dan..
Yep, what thickness plate are they and are they all fully welded from plate?
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Yep, what thickness plate are they and are they all fully welded from plate?
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Gord knows. They are fully welded inside and out . Amazing bit of work by the best in the business.
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Gord knows. They are fully welded inside and out . Amazing bit of work by the best in the business.
how much for 1 of these..?
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Could do with a 6 inch plate myself

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I'd be interested in a price too
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I'll contact the manufacturer and get some prices
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Nice one :-)

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I haven't heard back yet, so I'll chase it up and hopefully have an answer later today.
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4" setback are £370, 6" are £415, supplied in bare metal finish, can be powdercoated for an additional £20 (ish)
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I have then made if any use to you I will post a picture of one of mine they are not cheap to have made there is nearly £1000 worth of materials in marine grade Alloy they are 15 mil thick front and back and 10 mil top bottom and five bulkheads these are a bathing platform as well and powder catered you could easily put 600 hp on it but keep in mind they are quite heavy but can be made In Finer material but will take less horsepower you need to use 5083 marine grade Alloy otherwise they will crack
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What power are you hanging on that Keith ?
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4x400's by the look of it ��

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It's designed to take 3x 250

I designed it to take 3x 250 Hp 3litre outboards you would not want the best part of £45,000 Of outboards to fall off I am putting two on for now
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